×
522
Fashion Jobs
FOUR SEASONS RECRUITMENT
Ecommerce Manager
Permanent · LONDON
FOUR SEASONS RECRUITMENT
Sales Supervisor
Permanent · LONDON
TOO FACED
Too Faced Business Manager, Boots - Oxford
Permanent · OXFORD
TOO FACED
Too Faced Business Manager - Boots, Leeds Trinity
Permanent · LEEDS
FOUR SEASONS RECRUITMENT
Merchandising Manager
Permanent · LONDON
360 RESOURCING
Account Manager
Permanent · LONDON
BIMBA Y LOLA
Sales Assistant Brompton Road
Permanent · LONDON
BIMBA Y LOLA
Part Time Sales Assistant Brompton Road
Permanent · LONDON
BIMBA Y LOLA
Sales Assistant Richmond
Permanent · LONDON
HAYS RETAIL
Retail Operations Manager
Permanent · LONDON
NEXT RETAIL LTD
Home Design Consultant
Permanent · CAMBERLEY
NEXT RETAIL LTD
Warehouse Administrator
Permanent · DONCASTER
HAYS RECRUIMENT
E-Commerce Manager
Permanent · LONDON
HAYS RECRUIMENT
Eyewear Account Manager South London
Permanent · LONDON
NEXT RETAIL LTD
Home Design Consultant
Permanent · CARDIFF
NEXT RETAIL LTD
Sales Coordinator - Permanent
Permanent · LONDON
360 RESOURCING
Head Office Recruitment Consultant - Fashion Retail
Permanent · LONDON
360 RESOURCING
Temps Controller / Temps Recruitment Consultant - Fashion Retail
Permanent · LONDON
OUTSIDE THE BOX RECRUITMENT
Production Manager-Shoes & Slg-Luxury- London Salary up to £70k
Permanent · LONDON
DEPLOY LONDON
International Sales & Marketing Manager
Permanent · LONDON
FOUR SEASONS RECRUITMENT
Digital Marketing Manager
Permanent · LONDON
TOO FACED
Too Faced Business Manager - Boots Brentwood, UK
Permanent · BRENTWOOD

Schiaparelli names Daniel Roseberry as artistic director

Published
today Apr 23, 2019
Reading time
access_time 2 minutes
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

From little-boy suits to fashion’s greatest surrealist label: The house of Schiaparelli has appointed Daniel Roseberry, an alumni of New York tailor Thom Browne, to be its new artistic director.


Daniel Roseberry - Schiaparelli


Born in Texas and 33 years old, Roseberry, who spent more than 10 years alongside Thom Browne at the head of the men's and women's collections, will breathe a bold and avant-garde creative vision into the House of the Place Vendôme, as did its founder, whose unconventional creative heritage is steeped in the history of fashion.
 
"It is my great honor and my joy to pick up where Mme. Schiaparelli left off some 85 years ago. Schiaparelli was a master of the modern; her work reflected the chaos and hope of the turbulent era in which she lived. Today, we find ourselves asking similarly big, identity-shaping questions of our own: What does art look like? What is identity? How do we dress for the end of the world?

"Schiaparelli answered these questions with candor and humor, but one of her greatest legacies may be her commitment to fantasy, her understanding that we need fantasy in complicated times. I want to offer my own answers to these questions, and offer a fantasy—a dream—that feels relevant, and necessary, for today."
 
Diego Della Valle, owner of maison Schiaparelli, said: "I am delighted to welcome Daniel Roseberry at Schiaparelli House. His modern and innovative creative vision and its multiple talents will allow the House to deploy all of its activities in respect of this unique heritage that has made Schiaparelli a revolutionary brand."
 
Elsa Schiaparelli, born in Rome in 1890, was one of the greatest couturiers and fashion revolutionaries of all time, whose fetish hue was shocking pink. Diego della Valle, 65, the highly successful though maverick billionaire from the eastern Marches region -- who also controls Tod’s, Hogan and the Fiorentina football club -- bought Schiaparelli in 2007.
 
The house has been active of late on multiple fronts. In December 2018, it launched its latest capsule collection in Bergdorf Goodman, naming it Pink Victory. It was the second installment of its new ready-to-wear and accessories division, a concise wardrobe of some 31 pieces. Story #1 referenced Man Ray, and photo surrealism, and started in stores in September.
 
Also in September, Schiaparelli CEO Delphine Bellini launched a new finely-tooled leather bag, The Secret, with hefty golden padlock clasp, offered in pink; and also in a black and white sketch of the moon, with old-fashioned electric cord.  At the time, insiders noted that Guyon did not design either of these projects. While after his final couture show for Schiaparelli in the Opera Garnier of Jan. 21, Della Valle was noticeably absent from the backstage. Whispers of a possible replacement, which began then, have now proved true.
 
 

Copyright © 2020 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.